Perth Theatre’s third series of The Monday Night Thing kicked off this week.
Excitement is building at Dundee Rep Theatre as the finishing touches are put on this year’s Children’s Festival.
Education key to ending ‘ignorance’ about asylum seekers, says real-life Glasgow Girl ahead of Perth Theatre show
Ahead of its run at Perth Theatre from January 30 to February 3, Michael Alexander speaks to Fife-raised Cora Bissett - the director of life-affirming musical drama Glasgow Girls which is based on the true story of seven teenagers fighting to prevent the deportation of an asylum-seeking family - and also to real-life Glasgow Girl and former asylum seeker Roza Salih.
As new Scottish-Chinese relations are developed at the Edinburgh Festival, Michael Alexander discovers why Perthshire - and Dundee - are in the minds of senior Chinese government officials.
He was the seer who anticipated the global financial collapse. He was a key part of the most unlikely political alliance in recent British history. He sold off the Post Office at a knock down price. And he wowed audiences on Strictly Come Dancing.
Jings, crivens, help ma boab – it’s The Broons! Award-winning playwright Rob Drummond brings the iconic characters from the famous comic strip to life in a production filled with laughs, love and visuals, set to a Scottish soundtrack.
Nina Conti proved the ultimate puppet master in Perth, masterfully ensuring her audience was eating out of her latex character-clad hands during a riotous Festival of the Arts performance.
Dundee and Perth theatre companies have lived up to great expectations, after their joint production of the Dickens classic received three nominations for a prestigious award.
A unique Perthshire theatrical institution which challenges the memories of actors by presenting different plays on different days is gearing up for the summer season.
The Big Yin Billy Connolly will be getting on his High Horse and riding it into Tayside.